Advise Patients at Discharge About Timing of Their BP Meds

There will be renewed debate about whether taking blood pressure meds at bedtime improves CV outcomes.

That's because new evidence suggests that CV risk is lower if patients take at least one of their once-daily BP meds at bedtime.

The idea behind this "chronotherapy" is to combat the morning BP rise...or help patients whose BP doesn't "dip" at night like it should.

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